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Using printables in your Bullet Journal can be very helpful.
First of all, it’s a great time saver. Bullet Journal can save you a ton of time, BUT! you need to give it time as well. Even with minimalist spreads, it still takes some time and imagination.
If you don’t really have any time, using a printable can be amazing, just hit the button on your printer and you spread is ready.
Secondly, printables are a great choice if you’re not quite comfortable yet with your creative skills, but still want to have pretty Bullet Journal pages. There are so many artists that create printables that you can definitely find designs that speak to you.
Finally, using printables can help you with developing your own style. This can be your first little step. Just try to add a little bit of something to your printable spreads, your favorite colors, stickers, washi tapes, what have you.
Experimenting with printables is great because you’re not losing anything – if you don’t like one, just replace it with a different other. It’s good practice for perfectionists since in this case, you won’t need to rip out the pages from your poor little journal.
In this post, I gathered some amazing and FREE printables you can find in our Resources Vault, but also all over the Bullet Journal world.
I know my style might not be for everybody, but I’m not bitter about it. That’s why on this list, I’m sure you’ll find something that fits you perfectly.
How To Add Printables In Your Bullet Journal
Before you start using printables, here is how you can print them out correctly. Always make sure you read the instructions, to make sure you use the right method to make them fit into your journal.
If the file is A5
- After you download the printable, use a PDF Reader like Adobe Reader (100% free and safe download) to open the file.
- Find your print button and print your documents. Do not print double-sided and be sure that you have selected ‘Actual Size’.
- After printing, carefully cut out the printable and use a glue stick or adhesive tape to add it to your pages.
If the file is A4 or US Letter
This means that the size doesn’t fit your journal and you need to adjust it before printing. Here is how you do it.
- Download the printables and open it with a PDF reader like Adobe Reader (100% free and safe download) to open the file.
- Press print and in properties set the size that you want (for most of Bullet Journal notebooks it’s A5)
- Set the settings to “Fit To Page”
- Cut out your printables and add it to your Bullet Journal with a glue stick or adhesive tape.
Tips For Using Printables
If you decide to use printables, make sure you have proper materials.
To add printables to your Bullet Journal, I recommend using adhesive tape, such as this one. It’s easy to apply and it takes a few seconds for it to stick really hard, so if you need to, you can move the printable around a bit to fit it perfectly.
Finally, when using printables, make sure you use thicker printing paper. This will make sure you don’t run into any ghosting or bleeding on the way and can simply enjoy all your printables.
Free Bullet Journal Printables
Finally, here are tons of different free printables you can use to start up your Bullet Journal adventures.
A lot of these are from the Resources Vault here on Masha Plans, and if you want to get your access – simply scroll down to the end of the post, the signup form will be there.
I’m looking forward to seeing you among Planning Mashers!
- 2020 Year At A Glance – one of the first pages in your Bullet Journal so it comes first in the list. If you want to make it a part of a future log, you just need to divide a page next to it into 12 sections and write there all the events. This printable is available in our Resources Vault.
- 2020 Future Log – creating a future log is probably the most tedious and time-consuming thing ever, all those dates! That’s why I created one for you, you can find it in our Resources Vault.
- 2020 Calendex – another way to log your future events, you can learn more about it here. But if you already know and just want to add it to your Bullet Journal – the free printables are in the Resources Vault!
- Bullet Journal Key – another important part of your basic Bullet Journal setup. This amazing printable key will give you all the ideas you need for different signifiers you can use.
- Goals bundle. Working on your yearly goals? Use your Bullet Journal to help you plan. Download your yearly goals planning printables from the Resources Vault.
- Level 10 Life. This is a very popular way to review your life and set your goals, but creating all the circles might be a bit difficult and time-consuming. I got you covered with a printable though, download it from the Resources Vault.
- Floral Circle Habit Tracker. I’ve been in love with circle trackers ever since I learned about Bullet Journaling and I’m so happy now I can create printable ones for you to use in your BuJo. Download this from the Resources Vault.
- Mini Unicorn Themed Habit Trackers. These little trackers will work great with your unicorn theme. It’s clouds throwing up a rainbow and they look great in my unicorn themed setup. Get them from the Resources Vault.
- Basic Habit Tracker. Want to have a habit tracker printable which you can easily customize and fit any of your monthly themed? Check out the one we have in the Resources Vault.
- Mini Habit Trackers. An easy way to add habit trackers to your weekly spreads is by using these mini habit trackers. The sheet includes 4 different designs of habit trackers, so you can definitely find something to fit your spread. Download it from the Resources Vault.
- Mandala Habit Tracker. You can use mandalas to decorate your Bullet Journal pages, in fact, it can be a whole monthly theme! Start if from using this habit tracker.
- Monthly Habit Tracker – 3 different designs to your standard horizontal monthly habit tracker.
Mood and Gratitude Trackers
- Year In Pixels – a yearly mood tracker to add to your Bullet Journal. You can also use it as your yearly workout tracker, just assign colors to different types of workouts.
- Unicorn Mood Tracker. What can be better than tracking your moods by unicorns!
- Mood and Gratitude Tracker. It’s such a fantastic way to combine those two practices.
- Gratitude Jar. Having a gratitude tracker can be beneficial on so many levels! Just give it a try and you’ll see yourself becoming more mindful and positive. You can start right now with this printable.
- Mandala Mood Tracker. Mandalas are some of the best ways to calm your nerves and generally improve your mood, so it makes sense to use one as a mood tracker! You can find it in the Resources Vault.
- Floral Mood Tracker. Cute doodly tracker, assign a color to each mood and use it to color a leaf for each day.
Health and Fitness Pages
- Mental Health Pages. Your Bullet Journal can really help you track and control your mental health, and these pages can be a great start. Download them from The Petite Planner.
- Weight Loss Tracker. One more page for you to use to improve your health and track your diet progress. Download from the Resources Vault.
- Workout Tracker. A great way to make sure you visit the gym regularly and stay motivated. You can add a separate color code if you want to track different types of workouts. Download from the Resources Vault.
- Sleep Tracker. Sleep is something we truly overlook a lot, while in fact, it’s one of the key factors of our productivity and health. Start paying more attention to your sleep patterns with this sleep tracker.
- Water Tracker. A simple way to track your water consumption and make sure you drink enough (have a glass of water right now!) is by using a tracker, and this one is perfect!.
- Grocery List. Need to stay organized while you shop – this printable grocery list will help you out. You might not even want to include it in your journal, just print it out and bring to the store.
- Budget Planner – easily start planning finances in your family right away with these 9 free printables by Mom Envy.
- Savings Tracker – a kickass and very motivational tracker to make sure you follow through with your savings goals.
- TV Tracker. I know we all watch Netflix these days, but I personally still love tracking my shows in my BuJo. I use this spread to write down the shows I want to check out. Give it a look at the Resources vault, available in color and black and white.
- Book Tracker. Another fun thing you can track in your journal. This tracker is pretty basic so you’ll be able to customize it any way you want.
- Movie Tracker. Want to track your movies as well? Here is a cool film reel themed tracker just for that.
- Cleaning Calendar. Household chores aren’t the most fun thing to do, but it can get a bit easier and more pleasant with your Bullet Journal. Just give a try to this cleaning schedule by Little Coffee Fox.
- Study Journal Pages. Using your Bullet Journal for your study life can be very beneficial and there are many page ideas you can include. Being a student means being busy though, so I made some printables to help you out. Get your study journal printables from the Resources Vault.
- School Planner. Free printable pages to help you rock your school life. These pages are designed by Life is Messy and Brilliant.
We all love and need different things from our weekly spreads, so I gathered here lots of different ones for you to choose from.
- Pink weekly setup with habit tracker and meal plan – Resources Vault
- Minimalist vertical weekly setup – Resources Vault
- Weekly spreads with colorful illustrations – Life is Messy and Brilliant
- Simple weekly with weather tracker, habit tracker and meal plan – Married To The Earth
- Watercolor weekly log – Space and Quiet
- Floral weekly spread – The Petite Planner
- Hand-drawn weekly spreads and planner pages – Plannerlove and Printables
- Candy-colored hexagon weekly spread – PB and J Studio
- Cactus themed weekly spread – Almost A Mess
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- 2020 Calendar Stickers – you can use these to create a future log, or just add them to your weekly spreads so you always have a monthly overview there. There are 8 cute designs and both Sunday and Monday starts are available.
- Free Printable Stickers. If you look for a way to easily decorate your BuJo – printable stickers are a great choice! In the Resources Vault, you can get all kinds of stickers, from weekly planner stickers to Harry Potter ones. Drop by and give it a look.
- Cute Calendar Stickers. Check out these cute stickers from Plannerlove and Printables. They will look adorable on any Bullet Journal pages.
- Savings Jar Stickers. Looking for a way to track savings in your Bullet Journal? Just use these adorable stickers by Lovely Planner.
- Cactus Stickers. Botanical drawings and doodles look great as a theme for your Bullet Journal monthly setup, and these stickers from Planner Addiction will help you bring the cuteness without spending any time on doodling.
- Weather Stickers. Another free sticker set from Planner Addiction. These weather stickers allow you to track what’s happening outside of your window without the need to doodle every day.
- Workout Stickers. An easy and fun way to remind yourself to work dat ass!
- Decorative Elements – want an easier way to decorate your Bullet Journal? Try out these printables. They have banners, headers, dividers and so much more. Just print them out and start adding to your BuJo pages.
- Bullet Journal Grid Guide. This is a very useful tool that will help you speed up your planning a lot since there won’t be a need to count your squares every time. Please note though, that not all planners are the same size, so this guide only works on the ones mentioned in the post.
- Dot Grid Paper – want to practice lettering? Or just cover up the page you completely screwed up? Or maybe you try to Bullet Journal in a binder? Printable dot grid paper will be a great solution, you can download it in the Resources Vault.
I’d love to know your thoughts, what printables do you need? What would you like to see more in the Resources Vault?
Let me know in the comments.
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